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Medical Administration Clerk (6 MONTH FIXED TERM CONTRACT)

As the leading medical recruitment agency in South Africa, our client has an exciting opportunity for a Medical Administration Clerk (6 Month Fixed Term Contract) based in Sandton, South Africa.  The Medical Administration Clerk is to deliver expert day-to-day activities related to the overall management of the following workflow categories: Appointment management, Electronic Medical Records management, Patient management, Internal and External Client Relationship management, Schedule management and Unit Administration 


Responsibilities:

  • Answering phones and reception duties

  • Meet patients on arrival and create a welcoming environment

  • Manage patients from arrival to departure

  • Handle difficult patients

  • Diary management and appointments

  • Follow ups with patients

  • Maintain the electronic medical records on Elixir

  • Filing

  • Assisting with adhoc duties as required

  • Manage good relationships with various suppliers, staff and management


Requirements:

  • Matric

  • 2-3 Years appropriate previous experience in a role of similar nature would be advantageous.

  • Sound Clinical knowledge regarding cancer terminology and report handling is a must.

  • Data capturing ability must be proven

  • Must be able to speak, read and write Afrikaans


Location: Sandton

Duration: 6 Months (1 May - 1 November) - Covering maternity leave

Salary is market related





If you would like to apply please use "Bookkeeper Plett" as the subject heading, and send your resume off to gina@medipath.co.za

Please be advised that you will be contacted by Medipath Healthcare Recruitment within 14 days should we wish to proceed with your application. Similarly, if you are not contacted by Medipath Healthcare Recruitment, please accept your application as unsuccessful. Your CV will automatically be added to our database and we could be contacting you should a suitable position arise.

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